Darkly funny; oddly uplifting,” Stoddard, Amazon review
...think Lizzy Tucker from Janet Evanovich’s Lizzy and Diesel series of novels,” Wyborn, Amazon review
“Hugely enjoyable, deeply hilarious,” Jack, Goodreads review.
Illustration by Henry Chamberlain
When reality TV star Rae Miller is kicked unceremoniously to the curb by her back-stabbing cast mates, she quickly realizes that revenge fantasies and unemployment are the least of her problems after she witnesses an alien abduction in broad daylight. Worse, after escaping a terrifying almost-abduction herself, Rae succumbs to a sexy Nosferatu’s silky assurances, becoming undead in order to up her alien Ultimate Fighting skills. Life is hard as a 38-to-40-something aspiring actress in L.A. Thank God for Jack Daniel’s and denial.
An urban paranormal comedy for all ages, launched on June 7th, 2016.
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